Breakout furniture that’s so stylish and comfortable, it will make your staff want to break in.
Staff furniture is the hardest working furniture of all, from London based staff rooms to school rooms to canteens and public spaces, it needs to be extra hard wearing, easy to clean and easy to move.
Whether you’re looking for brightly coloured canteen furniture, modular soft sofas and cubes, booths and banquettes, wipeable staff breakout furniture and cafe style tables and chairs, or even high tables and matching staff kitchen stools, we’ll have the right break out furniture for your space.
What size is a breakout sofa? A 2 seater is 120cm and a 3 seater is 180cm. This is a sofa without armrests so these can be pushed together to create one long sofa.
What are the best colours for breakout furniture?
The good news is that modern staff canteen furniture is available in a huge number of colours to match any existing workspace or canteen decor, from neutrals to pastels to bright primary hues. A good tip for maximum accessibility is to ensure that your furniture colour scheme can easily be distinguished from the floor and walls.
This allows people with impaired sight to easily navigate around your breakout space.
Which are the best materials for a breakout sofa?
It’s important in high traffic areas like workplaces to make sure that your furniture is commercial grade. Modern commercial fabrics are extremely hard wearing and can withstand high levels of wear and tear.
Top tip: make sure that the fabric has a rub rate (abrasion resistance) test of more than 100,000.
For ease of cleaning and in spaces where people are eating and drinking, consider wipe-clean faux leather or vinyl finishes.
What types of breakout furniture are there?
Breakout spaces are the ultimate multi-functional rooms and breakout furniture comes in a huge variety of styles, shapes and sizes as a result.
Soft seating works well for colourful, informal group spaces, while canteen tables and benches allow people to dine, work and meet up in the same place.
Kitchen tables and chairs or cafe style furniture creates smaller, informal group seating with all the benefits of being hard wearing and easy to clean, while standing tables with matching stools are great space savers and bring a really modern look.